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I have an insanely bad oil leak on my 94 v6 plymouth voyager. It looks like it's coming out of the top of the back of the engine, and I already replaced the oil pan gasket. I have yet to replace the valve gasket, which is the only thing I can think of being wrong, but any other ideas are greatly appreciated. ALSO, when I'm driving sometimes I take a tight corner and from that point on (and it does this sometimes without the corner) every time I hit the gas and accelerate my vehicle does a very rhythmic, harsh vibrating. I feel it especially in the steering wheel. I've been told it's cuz I need a tune up (which is completely true.) But I'm not too sure on that... I've checked my tires and I don't have any eggs, and I put 41 PSI in all of my tires, and it still does it, which means it's not my tires. Any clues on what this could possibly be? I want some second opinions on this!

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I have approx a 1/8 dia oil leak coming out of my 94 Plymouth Caravan just behind the oil filter.It is the 3.0 engine and it looks like a little hose may have come off or broke.I noticed it when the check guages light came on along with the low oil pressure symbol.No rattling,clanging or ticking of any kind.I shut it down immediately.I didn't pay much for it but it is so hot in Houston,Tx and the AC is so good I hate to lose the old girl.She's a beast but she has a wonderful disposition.Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Not sure bout the oil..but i had a caravan....similar vibes....shortly after..the pin in the tranny dropped out..locking her up...better a get a tranny guy to check it out before u lose it...i didnt.& cost me a lot of money

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